Over the weekend I finally dragged myself to Sephora - which I've mostly been avoiding because, some days, it's just too much...know what I mean?.  I'm pretty low maintenance and although the days of walking out of the house without a stitch of makeup are long gone (thank you, sun damage), I still loathe to spend time getting primped and dressed.  This is where you revoke my girl card.  However, I have been in desperate need of a few items and am super pumped I picked up the below.


I think I might be the only woman on the planet who does not own a Beauty Blender - until now!!  I prefer to put foundation on with my fingers - I just blend a couple brands on the back of my hand and then smear away.  I figure that if it's good enough for Lisa Eldridge, it's good enough for this girl!  Did I also mention sun damage?  Unfortunately, this finger action is no longer doing the trick, thus biting the bullet on this bad boy so I could blend additional coverage.

The moment perfume rollerballs came on the market, I thought they were sheer genius and definitely have one on me at all times (except when it's hot - don't leave them in your car!).  Nothing makes me happier than seeing the increase of brands taking advantage of this aspect of the market each time I view the "rollerball displays".  Especially when Maison Margiela joined the ranks!  Jazz Club is one of my favorite favorite favorite scents.  Ughhh... it's so good!!

I was eeking out the remnants of my Benefit Gimme Brow for AGES until I finally threw it away.  As I type this, I'm realizing I have no idea why I did not just order a replacement online as purchasing this one very specific item was the whole reason I walked into Sephora to begin with.  This product is worth every penny and the holy grail of eyebrow gel (I like it better than Glossier's Boy Brow).  Trust in the magic.

Let me know what your favorite products are and if you have any Beauty Blender tips!  Watching teenagers give makeup tutorials on YouTube feels so strange to me - but they are SO good at it!

Billie June